One of my Scheduled Scans is using the following command line switches, which I cannot find on the ESET web site. Are they still valid? /cleanmode /adware /sfx /unsafe Also, if the following command line switches are used together, would this not be contradictory? /huer+ and /huerdeep /pattern+ and /huer+ Regarding the /pattern+ switch, is this (and maybe some of the other switches in the list) be set to ON by default? In other words, if both /pattern+ and /heur+ were not selected, what would NOD32 use for detection?